I was reading a book with tests when I encountered this question:
< "If you quit your job, you'll have to make do with fewer material possessions. Those who've decided to (make a change/make a difference) like this don't seem to regret it.
Is there a difference in the meaning between "make a difference" and "make a change" ?
My guess is that making a difference is more than just a simple change and means making a significant change, however making a change is referring to just a simple change and nothing more. Am I right guys?